Gian Maria Volontè and Tomas Milian clashed with each other as much or more behind the camera as they did in front of it on the 1967 film “Face to Face”. They often quarreled on-set because of their political beliefs; Volontè was an outspoken communist, while Milian had fled his home country of Cuba when Fidel Castro came into power. To build on their onscreen chemistry, Sergio Sollima also intentionally provoked the two actors into engaging in boxing matches with each other.
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